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Album Review: Secrets of the Sky - "Pathway"

Hello. Nice to make your acquaintance. I am Pathway, the newest release by Secrets of the Sky. I am a progressive metal record. I am the second release by this Oakland-based quintet and I hope that you will enjoy reading what I have to say about myself. 470 more words

Album Reviews

Blowin' Smoke - Kacey Musgraves


Okay, now that that’s out of my system, let’s break it down.

I really hate most modern Country. 556 more words


Culture of Volume - East India Youth

First posted on echoesanddust.com.

Musician William Doyle offers up the follow-up album to his 2014 debut album release ‘Total Strife Forever’ with his sophomore album effort ‘Culture of Volume’. 461 more words


Album Review: KUTS by Matt Skiba and the Sekrets

The second album from Matt Skiba and the Sekrets, entitled KUTS will be released on 1st June 2015 via Superball Music.  The Sekrets feature Jarrod Alexander (of A Static Lullabye,) bassist Hunter Burgan (of AFI,) and of course, led by Matt Skiba (Alkaline Trio). 408 more words


Best Coast - California Nights

If there’s anything people know about Beth Cosentino and Bobb Bruno, aka Best Coast – it’s their affinity for California.

The band’s debut and two subsequent albums, are lo-fi love letters to the golden state; laced with fuzzy, ragged, garage sounds that the band has become synonymous with – and have been attempting to shed for a while. 168 more words


Classical Punk And Echoes Under The Beauty - Takaakira 'Taka' Goto

First posted on echoesanddust.com.

Japanese guitarist and composer Takaakira ‘Taka’ Goto of the post-rock group Mono offers up his debut solo album endeavor, titled ‘Classical Punk And Echoes Under The Beauty’. 452 more words


Cheating The Polygraph - Gavin Harrison

First posted on echoesanddust.com.

Porcupine Tree drummer Gavin Harrison offers up an interesting album experience with his solo endeavor ‘Cheating The Polygraph’. Combining a team of talented performers alongside a track-list comprising an interesting range of Porcupine Tree songs, spanning most of their discography, Harrison offers up a ‘big band’ album experience, one that sees new ideas and techniques being drawn out of progressive rock songs in a much different format. 374 more words